This unmissable 4,04,686 square metres site was designed by Le Corbusier and features an emotive Open Hand Monument: a symbol of peace and reconciliation designed in response to the partition of India in 1947. Also to be found within the complex are the Palace of Assembly, the Secretariat, the High Court, Geometric Hill, the Tower of Shadows and a lake.
Note: A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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